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Model # 5020S09

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Store SKU # 707239

90 lb. Extension Springs (2-Pack)

$14.98 /each

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Model # 5020S09

Internet # 202088374

Store SKU # 707239

The Everbilt 90 lb. Extension Springs (2-Pack) are made of spring steel and designed to be mounted perpendicular above the horizontal track of the garage door. They stretch to provide lifting power for the garage door. The springs have a safety cable inside to prevent injury in case of accidental breakage.

  • Ideal for single-car garage doors
  • Safe length when stretched of 67 in. according to ansi/dasma 103
  • Able to lift garage doors up to 90 lb.
  • Color-coded light blue to indicate weight-bearing capacity
  • Durable and tested to open and close the door at least 10,000 times

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
2.2 
Product Height (in.) 
2.2 
Product Width (in.) 
25 
Details
Accessory Type 
EXTENSION SPRING 
Garage Door Part/Accessory Type 
Extension Spring 
Product Weight (lb.) 
5.82 lb 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
N/A 

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Does the weight rating assume using four springs?

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October 26, 2015
My garage door, which weighs 90 lbs, has one spring on each side. When one spring broke I replaced it with one spring of a 90 lb set, meaning to replace the other old spring with the second one of the pair. The combination of one old spring and one new spring does not support the door. I have no hardware to fit two parallel springs. Should I buy a pair of, say, 160 lb springs and fit one at each side of the door?
Shouldn't the product documentation make it clearer whether the weight rating applies to two or four springs per door?
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October 30, 2015
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The TWO springs are rated for a door that weighs 90lbs. It also recommends on the package replacing BOTH springs when replacing one (which is why we sell as a set!).
You shouldn’t use a spring that is heavier than the door as it won’t work. We recommend seeking the help of a professional garage door repair company if you are unsure what to use to balance the door.
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Does the diameter of the springs matter?

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July 27, 2015
The 110 lb springs are too strong. The door will not stay closed when they are installed. The 90 lb springs are of a smaller inside and outside diameter than the original ones were. Actually, what would probably be perfect would be 100 lb but you don't sell that kind.
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July 29, 2015
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The diameter of the spring isn't as important as the strength. The spring matches the weight of the door. If you are unsure as to the weight of your door then you should seek the help of a professional who can weigh the door and ensure you have the correct springs. Installing the wrong spring can lead to door and/or opener damage.
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Stuart
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Garage door Springs.

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I have been to the Home Depot 3 times today to buy Garage Door Springs. I have tried the 130 lbs 110 lbs and now the 90lb. Nothing is working, the springs will not pull up the garage door. I have a man here who fixes garage doors, and he too is at a loss. What's the problem?
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April 22, 2015
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Garage springs will only operate correctly when matched to the weight of the door. Have a garage door repair professional weigh the door and then determine which spring is needed. It sounds like you need a spring stronger than 130lbs if your door won't open with the springs connected or if you are using an automatic garage door opener there may be an issue with the opener.
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Garage springs will only operate correctly when matched to the weight of the door. Have a garage door repair professional weigh the door and then determine which spring is needed. It sounds like you need a spring stronger than 130lbs if your door won't open with the springs connected or if you are using an automatic garage door opener there may be an issue with the opener.
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diameter& lengh ?

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December 30, 2014
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The spring is 25 inches in length and 1.125 inches in diameter. Maximum overall safe length when stretched is 67 in. The springs are used for door sizes 8 ft x 7 ft. to 9 ft. x 7 ft.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not the same as the original! I purchased these springs thinking I would save a few bucks over the other hardware box store. I matched up the color to the existing springs and even weighed my garage door just to make sure I got the right size (88lbs). When I installed these springs, I noticed they were thinner than the ones I was replacing, but same light blue blue color. Once installed, I tested the door and it about destroyed it. I went to the other hardware box store, picked up their 90lbs, light blue springs and they were an identical match to the original. I installed them and the door functioned the way it was supposed to. If you do use these, I would just be careful with these and try to match size and not so much the color. May 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! Easy to install. Instructions very clear. Safety cable and hardware included. Product quality looks good. April 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Qualifying the right spring for your door Having a single door with 110 lbs on it when I purchased the house. They never looked as if they were matched to the door. So when one reached its lifespan and broke, I decided to replace with like strength. Had problems from the start with the door reversing, not going down all the way, and flailed cables. Return them for 90 lb springs that, by appearance and size wise fit better. In other words, they match the door. By the way, the originals never had safety cables. Unit ran smoother, however, would not rise above 16 inches. One can get pretty frustrated by this point, Final resolution adjusted the torque on the back of the opener itself one knotch. works great. Point being, if you get frustrated quickly, hire someone. Now, who does the counting of cycle to determine when 10,000 cycles are up??? May 30, 2013
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